Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Msoka Abstract This chapter assesses the achievements, experiences and challenges in the implementation of Millennium Development Goals 3 and 6 in Tanzania by the target date of Demographic, social and labour force statistics are collected from reports of the Government of United Republic of Tanzania and Non-Governmental Organisations as well as interviews.
Many measures have been taken in efforts to bridge gender gaps through economic empowerment programmes for women, including women entrepreneurship program, women guarantee fund, and having rights to property and inheritance.
The constitution has also been changed to guarantee 30 percent leadership positions in parliament for women. With regard to education, free education has been extended from 9 years to 12 years of basic schooling, thereby including the entire primary and secondary cycle.
Collaboration among public, private, and non-governmental organisations NGOs has remained solid, helping to bring about positive advancement in economic growth, governance, inclusive growth, and the knowledge-based economy.
Farmers are also benefiting from the CIP — Crop Intensification Program — that has enabled increased agricultural productivity and greater household revenues. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Rwanda has successfully halved the proportion of people suffering from hunger, and has made good progress toward reducing by half the proportion of people living below the national poverty line and those living in extreme poverty.
However, it is yet to raise the share of the poorest quintile in national income or consumption. The decline in proportion of people living in poverty was slow between andreducing from The trend has continued in the right direction, and Rwanda might get close to its The trend for extreme poverty followed the same pattern with relatively modest decline from to 40 percent to 36 percent and then accelerated decline to However, the share of the poorest quintile in national consumption has increased from 4.
Achieve universal primary education Rwanda has made steady progress on primary school level enrolment, which has increased from The country has also made great progress in boosting primary school completion rates grade 6from The rate for enrolment is slightly higher for girls than for boys nationwide, while the disparity between urban 93 percent and rural 92 percent areas is virtually imperceptible.
Promote gender equality and empower women The ratio of girls to boys in primary school has historically been high in Rwanda. Actually, the baseline rate was already at target level inso Rwanda went beyond its target in at the rate of 1.
The trend for secondary education is different, with steady increase in the rate of girls from 0. This is significant change from almost two boys for every girl to a nearly equal rate of boys to girls, which is likely to be attained and exceeded by Rwanda is the only country in the world with a largely female parliament, having first achieved this feat in the elections when women took up 56 percent representation in the House of Representatives.
The parliamentary elections handed women an unprecedented 64 percent of seats in the Chamber of Deputies. Women won 26 of the 53 open seats in the latest general election, in addition to the 24 exclusive women seats, placing it well ahead of the MDG indicator of 50 percent representation.
While the share for men has increased from Reduce child mortality Infant mortality rate has reduced from per 1, live births in to 50 deaths per 1, live-births inand The data suggests a slowdown though the target of 35 is not out of reach.This UN-Energy paper on the importance of energy for achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 1 was drafted collectively by the UN agencies, programmes and organizations working in the area of energy, reflecting their insights and expertise.
FOREWORD Safe drinking water, sanitation and good hygiene are fundamental to health, survival, growth and development. However, these basic necessities are still a luxury for.
The Millennium Development Goals and the Forests Wikipedia () has explained that the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are in totality a number of eight mutually defined and agreed international development goals, which emerged. Member States of the World Health Organization (WHO) South-East Asia Region have made considerable efforts to provide an extra surge towards achieving the targets set by the United Nations (UN) Millennium Declaration in the core values of which are enshrined in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
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